Normalization .edited - Surname 1 Student\u2019s Name Professor\u2019s Name Date Culture of Normalization Normalization is rooted deeply in values and

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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor’s Name Date Culture of Normalization Normalization is rooted deeply in values and culture. A culture of normalization is a process in the society through which actions and ideas end up being viewed as a normal process and are considered natural in everyday life and taken for granted. Normalization has complex influences on our decisions and beliefs. Developing a culture of normalization leads to the development of a complacent attitude to the extent that one may not be willing to change even when they are not on the right path ( Triantafillou). Further, a normalization culture may lead to the gradual acceptance of dangerous practices that may not be safe. For instance, the normalization of the culture of often driving close to the vehicle in front. The tossed salad metaphor symbolizes a multicultural society and able to integrate different cultures while maintaining separate identities. A normalization culture will facilitate the appreciation of

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